From a pacy Aussie thriller to a surreal debut about the immigrant experience involving a talking cat, we’ve got something to delight any reader this spring. Lose yourself in one of our unforgettable just-out paperbacks this bank holiday!
My Cat Yugoslavia
Now out in paperback, it’s time to discover the internationally acclaimed debut My Cat Yugoslavia. Spanning war, family, love and belonging (plus a talking cat); one thing is for sure – Pajtim Statovici is a new talent to watch.
Love a thriller? This one will knock your socks off. An Australian thriller at it’s finest, this debut has won a raft of prizes and features a detective with a difference. Spend your weekend with Caleb Zelic and we guarantee you won’t look up until you’ve turned the final page.
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Winner of the Icelandic Literature Prize, this unforgettable novel comes from the acclaimed author of Butterflies in November. Full of black humour and philosophical depth, this is the story of Jónas, a man at the end of his tether, who discovers that life may have another twist in store for him yet.
Dubbed ‘The Talented Mr Ripley for the 21st Century’ by VICE, Sympathy published last year to incredible fanfare. Now out in paperback, it’s time to discover the electrifying book behind the buzz.